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Australia - average $14, cheaper if you buy six
(all same or mixed bottles).
Large biryani rice $4.

A good Indian place up the road - $13. I love those types of vendors. We
don't have Sunday trading for most businesses, other than in touristy
places. I find
Coles to be pricier than most. I don't think it's nearly
finished rising. I don't
care what brand it is. The northern half is catching up., you can pay
about $1. There's two sections to Duncraig -
north and south (with Warwick Road being the separator). Supposed to have Omega-3 in it. Again, cheaper on
special.50 for chicken, lamb or beef curries
of various sorts, seafood $17, and about $11-$12 for vegetarian curries.

Average nice Italian place - pasta dishes are from $11-$16 per plate,
meat/fish dishes up to $20, appetizers salads from $6-$12, you can bring
your own wine and they only charge you a few dollars for corkage.
9 rolls of Kleenex 3-ply toilet paper $5 on special ($6. Duncraig South is very nice,
there are some especially lovely areas but I wonder if the price difference
is worth it afterall. For imports
or some local premium or boutique ales about $14+ for 6.Can anyone provide an insight into cost of living - lets say:
Price of a pint of milk
Loaf of bread
Meal out for 2 in an average restaurant
6 pack of beer from super market
pint (or is it 1/2 litre) in a pub
and anything else you can think of.

Also - does anyone have any opinion on average wages in the Perth area for:
Primary School Teachers
IT Consultants / Business Analysts (yes I know everyone is in IT!!)

Thinking of living in Duncraig (North of the river) - Does anyone have any
opinions on the area in general and also the schools in that area?

Any information from current residents would be appreciated

Many Thanks
Dave Arkless


Originally posted by Protect The Innocent
Can anyone provide an insight into cost of living - lets say:
Price of a pint of milk
Loaf of bread
Meal out for 2 in an average restaurant
6 pack of beer from super market
pint (or is it 1/2 litre) in a pub
and anything else you can think of. 1kg cheese $5 on special, closer to $7.), and so on.
The outer suburbs are pretty bland as far as this, so you have to head to
the inner suburbs like North Perth, Mt.20 or more regular price, depending on brand and shop.

A carton of 24 bottles of Carlton Cold can be $34, but prices will vary in
different bottle shops.35 for 2kg,
XL eggs $3. So we
might spend closer to $50 for the two of us in that case - two plates of
pasta or a meat dish, a shared appetizer to start with, bring our own wine,
and finish off with a coffee each. i. It's so big and filling I don't order anything else, other
than a beer.
2 litre bottles of major brand soft drink $1.70 on special, less for local
brand (same crap to me).

Prices will vary from supermarket to supermarket (even the same company),
and from week to week. Not brand
spanking new like some place up in Butler or Mindarie or Iluka, but a lot
closer to everything than those suburbs.40 when
not. At a Thai place nearby their
dishes are mostly btwn $10-14, with noodle dishes under $9.10/litre.

Also - does anyone have any opinion on average wages in the Perth area for:
Primary School Teachers
IT Consultants / Business Analysts (yes I know everyone is in IT!!)

Thinking of living in Duncraig (North of the river) - Does anyone have any
opinions on the area in general and also the schools in that area?

Any information from current residents would be appreciated

Many Thanks
Dave Arkless
try www. Moving like hotcakes though, as well-priced
investment properties are being snapped up. I like Woolies meats.gif" smilieid=9" /]rotect The Innocentwrote
nbsp;Can anyone provide an insight into cost of living - lets say:
nbsprice of a pint of milk
Averages around $1. Better place for your teens to hang out than
most others anyway.

nbsp;Thinking of living in Duncraig (North of the river) - Does anyone have any
nbsp;opinions on the area in general and also the schools in that area?

Good suburb and schools. Italian, Halal, Kosher. He also has the best
seedless mandarins and watermelons it seems.

nbsp;and anything else you can think of.
Some recent purchases . There's regular Aussie beer, premium Aussie beer, and
then there's imports.50,
900g whole egg mayo from U.
Typical Aussie pubs will be cheaper.

nbsp;pint (or is it 1/2 litre) in a pub
I don't know, I just get a glass and don't wonder about the measurements :-)
A favourite Irish pub in the city for Friday after work, Durty Nellys -
$4. A lot of times when you go travelling
or on holidays through small country towns, the best place to eat will be
the local hotel (pub).60 or more for an avocado in the supermarket, or get 2 for $1. The last two are smaller places,
and Dewsons is open 7 days a week 8 til 8. Italian delis, Asian foodstores (Kongs, etc. The way we go through milk with 2 teenagers, cheap is
it!

nbsp;Loaf of bread
Depends on what bread. Bigger than
average, thick slices - got it for 2 loaves for $4 this week, usually closer
to $3 per loaf. There's a
guy in Duncraig - Mark, at the Duncraig Shopping Centre on Marri Road who
has a knack for finding the best tasting fruit and veg around.lets-perth.50 for a local beer, $6 for a Stella, Becks or Kilkenny (my favs). And when you buy
a dozen, it can be mixed. A few tired old
places but it's improving. I suppose I should drag out the bread machine and make my own,
except it usually gets devoured while still warm, so there goes the savings!

nbsp;Meal out for 2 in an average restaurant
I have a favourite place for steak - $15 for a very nice, tender sirloin,
$12 on Mon-Wed.com

Gordon
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